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  • General Material
August 2018

Where we’re going and where we’ve been: Making the case for preventing sexual violence

Included in the guide are the basics of messaging strategies, the components of an effective message, "rules of the road" for sexual violence prevention messaging, and lots of sample messages to get you started.
  • General Material

Case by Case: News coverage of child sexual abuse

This report demonstrates that child sexual abuse is underreported and that media coverage does not describe the social context of child sexual abuse. The report includes recommendations for journalists on ways to improve coverage of child sexual abuse.
  • General Material
January 2003

Distracted by Drama: How California Newspapers Portray Intimate Partner Violence

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The publication describes the results of a study analyzing how violence is reported in two nationally prominent CA newspapers during the course of a year. Findings of the study are described in detail to reveal how contemporary reporting portrays IPV.